I liked the fact that you screened the candidates before sending them to us, rather than sending the candidate to me before I knew anything about them, like happened with (name withheld), your competition.
We used two other services and an online service. Morningside Nannies had the most highly qualified candidates, one of whom we selected.
Objective and professional with an obvious personal touch, small but important comments about each person.
Compared to other agencies Morningside presented a higher caliber of candidate.
Quality of applicants was way above what we had hoped for. Thoroughly enjoyed working with your agency – we will highly recommend you to friends.
Morningside Nannies only sent me nannies that fit my needs. I felt that I wasn’t sent the resume of everyone on file.
Morningside was by far the best as compared to the other services we used!
We made you work and you did! I was extremely picky! Thanks.
Indera is just wonderful. She is always happy and clearly loves her job. She is kind and fun and as for the practicalities, she is always on time and very flexible.
Morningside Nannies blew the others away!
League City is located within both Harris and Galveston counties, within the Houston-Galveston metropolitan area. The results of the 2010 United States Census showed the population of League City to be 83,560, a dramatic rise from the 45,444 total calculated after the 2000 census.
There are several waterside resorts in League City used primarily by residents of Houston, along with a host of other attractions for visitors and residents alike. Majestic Ventures, a charter company that offers rentals of several luxury yachts for private and corporate events, is one of the more popular of its kind in the area.
The Butler Longhorn Museum displays a number of artifacts, artistic items and historical documents depicting the rich history and cultural relevance of both League City and the state of Texas as a whole. The West Bay Common School Children’s Museum offers Texas history from a kid’s perspective, with living history tours and costumed interpreters showcasing life in 1898 Texas. The award-winning program includes reading, slate lessons, spelling bees and pen-and-ink lessons to modern kids.
The Perry Family YMCA building houses a staggering array of classes, camps, health and fitness workshops, along with other family-friendly activities to members.
Legacy Offshore provides diving and construction services, including underwater welding, maintenance and inspection services. The company maintains offices in both Broussard, Louisiana and League City.
Boehringer Ingelheim, a major pharmaceutical research and development company, is a major employer in the League City area, handling not only pharmaceutical research and development but also manufacturing and clinical trials.
L&T Construction offers full contracting services in the League City, Pearland and Friendswood areas, employing many local tradesmen and carpenters.
INEOS Group, a producer of petrochemical and specialty chemical products, also employs a significant number of La Porte and Houston area residents. Industrial chemical, plastics and polymer production is a thriving part of the Texas economy, employing many of the workers in the area in some form or fashion.
Oak Creek Bible Church is a non-denominational Christian church in League City that celebrates a biblically- and Christ-centered independent doctrine. Programs and ministries include OakCreek Kids, Connect Youth Ministry and the Isaiah 58 food-donation ministry.
Saint Mary Catholic Church in League City offers active Youth Ministry programs, along with traditional liturgical and confessional services. Located at 1612 East Walker Street, Saint Mary is part of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston.
Bay Harbour United Methodist Church provides a variety of community outreach services, in addition to a host of ministries for kids, students and adults that include Financial Peace University, Marriage Ministry, Safe Harbour addiction and recovery ministries, Stephen ministry counseling for grief and depression and small group ministries.
Saint Christopher Episcopal Church, located at 2508 Saint Christopher Avenue, holds Sunday Traditional Rites, Family Rites and Contemporary Rites, along with various classes, workshops, ministries and community outreach programs.
League City students typically attend classes served by the Clear Creek Independent School District, among which are the Ed White Memorial state charter high school, Clear Creek High School, and Clear Path Alternative School. There are also a number of private schools in League City and the immediately surrounding area.
South Shore Montessori School in League City is a coed, non-sectarian private school for kids from pre-Kindergarten through sixth grade and centered around a Montessori-style curriculum. The student to teacher ratio at South Shore Montessori school is 11:1, which is 15.8% higher than the national average for private schools.
Saint Mary Catholic School is a private, coed institution with Roman Catholic affiliation that serves students from preschool through eighth grade. The total enrollment at Saint Mary is 213 students, with a student to teacher ratio that’s 12.6% lower than the national average at 8.3:1.
Primrose School of South Shore in League City is a preschool and transitional kindergarten with a total enrollment of 35 students and a student to teacher ratio of 16.7:1, 75.8% higher than the national average for private schools.
Bay Area Christian School in League City has a total enrollment of 685 students from kindergarten through twelfth grade, and is a coed, private institution of Baptist affiliation. The student to teacher ratio at this large private academy is 18.3:1, 92.6% higher than the national average in a private school setting.
Students attending school within the Clear Creek Independent School District from third through eleventh grade scored at or above the state average on the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills in 2011, often significantly higher. There was no area in which Clear Creek ISD students scored below the state average in 2011.
Childcare options in League City include both secular and religiously-affiliated daycare centers, preschools and early education centers that offer extended hours in order to better accommodate the schedules of busy, working parents. Because we understand that private, in-home care is often more adequately suited to the demands of some families, we’re proud to offer our services to League City families by supplying pre-screened, highly-qualified and experienced nannies that are carefully matched to each client family in order to ensure maximum compatibility, minimizing the likelihood of premature termination of a work agreement or unexpected turnover.